A New York Times Bestselling AuthorA self-esteem drought is plaguing America today, and many people find themselves in bondage to unhealthy living habits. These habits contribute to the deterioration of one of our greatest resources: our bodies. In Look Great, Feel Great, Joyce Meyer provides a twelve-key plan for overcoming the poor eating and ...
A New York Times Bestselling AuthorA self-esteem drought is plaguing America today, and many people find themselves in bondage to unhealthy living habits. These habits contribute to the deterioration of one of our greatest resources: our bodies. In Look Great, Feel Great, Joyce Meyer provides a twelve-key plan for overcoming the poor eating and exercise habits that keep us from doing all God has called us to do. Joyce guides us to a healthier way of living, reminding us that turning every issue over to God gives us the strength to make lasting changes.
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It's not often I say this but this book really changed my life! When I first started reading it in 2006 I was seriously overweight (around 231lbs) and desperately unhappy with myself, but worse than that, I was unhealthy. This book gives you realistic and practical steps to change your lifestyle. It's not a book about crash dieting but about making life long changes that will improve health and vitality. Since reading this in 2006 and making realistic changes to my lifestyle I have lost 60lbs. It's taken me 3.5 years but I am healthier than I have ever been and can finally see the goal posts. If you're looking for a quick fix, this book is not it but if you are willing to make life long changes towards your health and well-being then this is the book for you!
Aug 2, 2008
The book is great, encouraging and not wordy. Gets to the point and guides you. Great book. Not pushy
Mar 27, 2008
The Title Says it All!
This book is amazing! This book is for those who wish to make a positive change in their life.
Jun 1, 2007
Lives up to its title!
Absolutely the best book of its kind in print. Read it, live it, love it! And God bless you!
Publishers Weekly, 2006-06-05 Meyer's earthy voice only appears for the half-hour introduction, where the Bible teacher openly shares details of her own health history (spastic colon, hormonal problems, migraines, menstrual cycle irregularities, breast cancer). But its candor-and message of how she stoically soldiered on in full workaholic mode before finally applying the keys here-sets the tone and resonates throughout. When Lentz's more polished tones take over, listeners familiar with Meyer's voice must adjust, but Lentz ably conveys Meyer's 12 keys to changing bad eating and exercise habits. Even though Meyer suggests the audiobook be used as a program, the blend of anecdotes, humor, practicality and details of the body's workings make for enjoyable listening on its own. Music is spare: brief keyboard interludes appear only at the beginning and end of each disc. And as much as listeners may wish Meyer had narrated the entire book, after that introduction she'll not only be forgiven but her delegating of the narration can serve as a real-life example proving the point of the book. Simultaneous release with the Warner Faith hardcover (Reviews, Jan. 30). (Apr.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
Publishers Weekly, 2006-01-30 Beloved Bible teacher and prolific author Meyer blends self-help with Scripture in this peppy guide to getting fit. You wouldn't want to attend a church with chipped paint or threadbare carpeting, says Meyer, so by the same token, your body, the temple of the Holy Spirit, should be well cared for. After rehearsing her autobiography (a classic conversion narrative in which Meyer had a "poor relationship" with her body but then saw the light), Meyer offers 12 unoriginal steps to healthy living. She promises that if you follow her instructions, you will learn to love your body; boost your metabolism by drinking water and getting lots of sleep; eat more mindfully; envision feeling "fit, comfortable, and happy"; exercise; avoid fad diets; and even have a better relationship with God. The most important part of the book may be the epilogue, which addresses the rising rate of childhood obesity. Occasionally, Meyer seems out of touch with reality. For example, she says that one of the main reasons people fail to care for their bodies is that they are "pathologically selfless," so caught up in altruistic deeds that they forget to care for themselves. All in all, there's nothing here that hasn't been said many times before. (Apr. 4) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
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